The Causes And Remedies For Gender Discrimination

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Review of Related Literature This chapter includes the ideas, finished thesis, generalization or conclusions, methodologies and others. Those that were included in this chapter helps in familiarizing information that are relevant and similar to the present study. Adolescence or teenage years is the most critical period in a person 's life. It is considered as the "developing" stage of a person. Discrimination negatively affects this developing stage and the teen may suffer from trauma or other mental or psychological disorders. Adolescence from the study Promises Treatment Center. (2015), is the stage of life in which you search for your identity. It is a time of discovery and uncertainty that is why experimentation or risk-taking are common…show more content…
Gender discrimination happens every time sexes are handled unequally. Discrimination is not only based on gender differences but on how people negotiated differently because of their sex. An online source entitled "The Causes, Effects & Remedies for Gender Discrimination (2018)" tells us that gender discrimination is an illegal act and different laws are provided to lessen discriminatory practices. To continue, gender discrimination is the unequal treatment of an individual because of gender. Gender discrimination strikes men and women. It is visible in work scenarios where one gender is given preferential treatment or one gender takes less pay or job responsibilities because of gender bias and injustice stereotypes. Gender discrimination also happens in sports, educational institutions and political organizations. Genders also experience sex discrimination whenever applying for housing or applying for credit. LGBT discrimination is common and it 's members are likely to experience 10 times more discrimination than heterosexual people base to author Friedman, M. (2014) . Benign jokes, verbal insults, unequal treatment, and violence are some forms of mistreatment to them. Bias is everywhere and rejection lasts for lifetime for many LGBT…show more content…
Furthermore, Simple verbal harassment can lead to physical violence. Physical violence includes kicking, hitting, stealing, or damaging belongings. Extreme cases of physical abuse go as far as rape, etc. according to Hunter, D., & Woest, H. (2006). People say that deepest scars are those that left unseen. It is usually said about the psychological and emotional damage that an individual encounters. Compared to the physical scars, the invisible emotional scars are very hard to heal, as they last longer till adulthood. Verbal abuse from parents is a type of domestic violence which marks deep imprints in the personality of the children. Teens who experienced criticisms or being mocked at by their parents grow up to have low self confidence, which continues until professional health is sought. Harsh and unnecessary criticism upsets the foundation of the behavior that they exhibit as they grow older. It makes them feel useless and unworthy, confused and angry. These feelings evolved low self-esteem in the youth, which is highly damaging for

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